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Court Asked To Disqualify Wike From Contesting Over Alleged Birth Certificate Forgery

Court Asked To Disqualify Wike From Contesting Over Alleged Birth Certificate Forgery

The Federal High Court, Abuja has been solicited to exclude Governor from Nyesom Wike of Rivers State from challenging the state governorship decision having supposedly manufactured the declaration of birth he displayed to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for his freedom.

The offended party, Elvis Chinda, in a suit checked FHC/ABJ/CS/1430/3018 and recorded November 26, 2018 supplicated that aside from a request is made to preclude Gov Wike from challenging the decision planned for March this year, INEC, the first litigant won’t be in a situation to uphold the infringement of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as revised) submitted by Wike.

The preliminary judge, Justice Inyang Ekwo last Friday dismissed the becoming aware of the substantive suit to February 6, after offended party direct Achinike William-Wobodo educated the court that INEC, who documented a few procedures was not spoken to in Court.

Boss F. O. Orbih, advice to Gov Wike and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had asked the court to take his starter protest testing the suit, yet, offended party advise contradicted the entries on the ground that the application was not ready for hearing.

He likewise said that the respondent’s complaint would be taken after the substantive issue as it was documented out of time.

As per the record in Court, Wike had produced his testament of birth and misled INEC to anchor his designation as the governorship applicant of the PDP for the prospective race in Rivers State.

Offended party asserted that Wike broke the Constitution in his statement titled : “Oath in Support of Personal Particulars of Persons Seeking Election to the Office/Membership of Governor( Form C. F. 001) on 29th October 2018 vowed to at the High Court Registry, Port Harcourt, which he submitted to INEC on the second November 2018 for the 2019 governorship decision.

Offended party asserted that Wike broke the Constitution in his statement titled : “Oath in Support of Personal Particulars of Persons Seeking Election to the Office/Membership of Governor( Form C. F. 001) on 29th October 2018 vowed to at the High Court Registry, Port Harcourt, which he submitted to INEC on the second November 2018 for the 2019 governorship decision.

The offended party expressed that “INEC isn’t in a position lawfully to preclude Wike from challenging the governorship decision with the exception of the Court gave a request excluding him for the rupture of Section 182 (1) (j) of the Constitution.

The offended party needs the court to announce whether the endorsement of Birth titled Statutory Declaration of Age dismissed to by one Collins Nyeme Wike purportedly promised to on third October 1986 at the High/Court Magistrate’s Court Registry, Port Harcourt lied about/against itself and contained deceptions.

A revelation that the said authentication of Birth introduced by the second Defendant (Gov Wike) to the first Defendant (INEC) on the 25th December 2014 with the end goal of the 2015 General Governorship Election in Rivers State was manufactured.

A revelation that, the data contained in the Affidavit Form C.F. 001 dismissed to by second Defendant on the 29th October 2018 and introduced to the first Defendant (INEC) on the second November 2018 with the end goal of the 2019 Governorship Election in Rivers State was false.

A revelation that by the arrangements of area 182(1)(i) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as corrected), the second litigant (Wike) isn’t qualified or qualified to challenge and take an interest in the 2019 Governorship decision in Rivers State or some other such race, having displayed a produced authentication to the first respondent (INEC).

A request of the Court coordinating the preclusion of (Wike) the second litigant from challenging or holding out himself for the 2019 General Governorship race in River State or some other decisions made in accordance with the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria , 1999, (as altered) having introduced a manufactured testament to the first respondent.

A request of never-ending order limiting INEC, the first respondent from getting or tolerating from, the third litigant (PDP) or some other individual any designation of the second respondent, from preparing such assignment, or from exhibiting Wike the second respondent on vote, in regard of the2019 Governorship Election or some other decisions made in accordance with the Constitution.

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